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1. anarcho-syndicalism


A movement which combined the principles of labor unionism and anarchism, in which labor unions were regarded as the instruments of working-class action to overthrow the state apparatus. It gained influence in the French and US labor union movements in the late 19th century, but was largely opposed by established labor unions in Britain and Germany. It disappeared almost completely as a movement after World War I.

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